Wireless Internet

AT&T, FTC reach settlement over data throttling lawsuit

AT&T has reached a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission over a 2014 lawsuit related to the carrier’s data throttling practices and disclosures.

Gov Inslee's Plan for Thriving Rural Economies includes Expanding Rural Broadband Connectivity

Every facet of society depends on broadband connectivity.  2020 presidential candidate Gov Jay Inslee’s (D-WA) is committed to confronting the rural broadband challenge, by:

Wireless Carrier Throttling of Online Video Is Pervasive

US wireless carriers have long said they may slow video traffic on their networks to avoid congestion and bottlenecks.

A Large-Scale Analysis of Deployed Traffic Differentiation Practices

Net neutrality has been the subject of considerable public debate over the past decade.

T-Mobile, Sprint lambast calls for new notice seeking comment

T-Mobile and Sprint filed their opposition to calls for a formal comment period on proposed changes to their planned merger, saying petitioners already have had plenty of time to comment and it’s time for the Federal Communications Commission to a

Verizon sues Rochester to avoid paying 5G fees, says the FCC has its back

Verizon has sued the City of Rochester (NY) in order to avoid paying fees for deploying 5G equipment and fiber lines.

TechNet Wades Into 5G Fight Over Defense Bill

Trade group TechNet, which counts AT&T and Verizon among members, is sounding the alarm over language in the Senate defense bill, S.

CenturyLink to invest several hundred million dollars in edge computing, following AT&T and Verizon

CenturyLink said that it will invest “several hundred million dollars” in edge computing, following in the footsteps of AT&T and Verizon.

Google Fiber is going wireless in Austin through Webpass

Google Fiber is expanding its Austin (TX) offering, through its wireless subsidiary, Webpass.